Nature reserve Číčov (height 413–477 metres above sea level) seems rather smaller. This is because the surrounding landscape is also in higher sea level. The difference between the surrounding ladnscape and the hill is only 70 metres. This hill is nearby the village named Hořenec from its leads the path up to the top of the hill (Northern Bohemia).


Size of the hill Číčo vis 7,2 hectares. The protection was declared on the 23th of May 1951.
This place is also interesting from geological view. You can find here specific mineral in honey-gold colour „hořenecký aragonit“.
Flora of this hill is also interesting. You can find here highly endangered Pulsatilla pratensis subsp. bohemica. I didn´t expect, I really find it. But after few metres after few steps I found first one, what made me very happy. And then I saw a big colony of Pulsatilla pratensis subsp. bohemica, exactly how I read in the literature.
Excerpt of these wonderfully mysterious flower you can find here some other protected flowers from thermophilic community with steppe character too: Stipa pennata, Stipa capillata, Scabiosa ochroleuca, Seseli hipomarathrum. I found there also Euphorbia cyparissias, Pseudolysimachion spicatum, Thymus praecox subsp. praecox, Dianthus carthusianorum, Potentilla arenaria, Veronica prostrata.
On the top of the hill was flying two butterflies Papilio machaon.
Hill Číčov has a problem with spreading of Prunus spinosa all over its size, that protects natural thermophilic steppe vegetation in flowering here. This problem was already solved last year, when all Prunus spinosa were cutted out of here.